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The disadvantages of known publication quality metrics are found: the metric level papers characterize the properties of individual articles
without regard to their connection with other publications, the author level metrics did not take into account the relationship of publications
of different authors, and journal level metrics are not applicable to individual articles and for individual scientists. The complex of scientific
publications inter-paper metrics is proposed firstly. It allow to quantify the properties of scientific publications. The complex contains metrics
that take into account the relationship of articles and their vocabulary, metrics taking into account the citation and vocabulary items, as well
as at the author and journal level metrics allowing to obviate the disadvantages of the known metrics. The use of the proposed metrics allows to automate the analysis and comparison of scientific publications and periodicals.


automation, scientometrics, bibliometrics, quality, article, scientific publication, metric, citation analysis, article importance.


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